Translation of discuss in Spanish:

discuss

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈkʌs/

vt

  • 1.1 (talk about) [person] hablar de; [topic] hablar de, tratar; (debate) debatir; [plan/problem] discutir we discussed what to do next estuvimos deliberando sobre qué debíamos hacer a continuación
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    • I have often heard them eagerly discussing such serials broadcast by Radio Luxemburg.
    • He also tries, and fails, to put a note of delight out of his voice when discussing recent triumphs.
    • After all its not everyday that one hears ordinary people discussing politics in public.
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    • The issue will be discussed at a meeting of the county council executive tomorrow.
    • It will be discussed in detail at a later date and changed as is necessary and ratified.
    • For issues to be discussed in the form of poetry is not to romanticise them.
    1.2 (examine) [opinion/statement] analizar*

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